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I made this last night for dinner from In Touch mag. It is from a New York City restaurant "Cipriani". Bolognese Meat Sauce A ragù is a meat sauce that is usually made with beef or veal, but can also be made from chicken, duckling, turkey, rabbit, or lamb. Traditionally ragù was made only at home, and every self-respecting Italian housewife would start cooking her ragù early in the morning and let it cook very slowly for at least 4 hours. Naples is particularly famous for its ragù. It is very rare to find a restaurant that serves a good ragù. The ragù takes a long time to make, but it should be eaten within a few hours. Unfortunately many restaurants like to keep their ragù on band for days at a time. Ragù - sometimes called Bolognese Sauce - is good with any pasta, but I think fusilli are best.
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Serving Size: 1 (984 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
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